If you download the Matroska link to the right, you will get a mkv-file with optional subtitles, which you can play with a vlc-player on your computer.
The film is about Hilde Krahl as a photographer in provincial Bavaria, who gets the chance to sell some photos to a major magazine and decides to move to Berlin. Here her dreams are first crushed; she loses her first job immediately by doing semi-artistic snaps instead of the sport press coverage that was demanded and toils away in the big city only supported by a photographer friend (Karl John). Then, however, her sport photos are dug out and she gets an offer to work for the big guns in the business, among them a journalist (Werner Hinz) she has fallen in love with.
One of the best films of the 40's, with a strong modern female protagonist, a realistic description of people trying to find their way in a metropolis, some humour and a very modern sounding description of a romance between people who are separated by their work. Throughout the film there's lot of Berlin footage interspersed, which comes from Leo de Laforgue's documentary Berlin Symphonie einer Weltstadt (which was shot in 1938-39 but not released in 1943 as planned, due to the destruction by the Allied bombardements and the film had its premiere only in 1950).